Computing specified generators of structured matrix inverses

  title={Computing specified generators of structured matrix inverses},
  author={Claude-Pierre Jeannerod and Christophe Mouilleron},
The asymptotically fastest known divide-and-conquer methods for inverting dense structured matrices are essentially variations or extensions of the Morf/Bitmead-Anderson algorithm. Most of them must deal with the growth in length of intermediate generators, and this is done by incorporating various generator compression techniques into the algorithms. One exception is an algorithm by Cardinal, which in the particular case of Cauchy-like matrices avoids such growth by focusing on well-specified… CONTINUE READING

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